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Skeptics in the Pub: Marian Call

Posted on : Oct-17-2010 | By : Liz | In : Blog Post

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Join us for a very exciting Skeptics in the Pub event: Marian Call, geek musician extraodinaire!

Photo by Brian Adams (baphotos.com)

Marian is in the midst of her 49>50 tour, on which she is touring all 50 states (beginning with the 49th and ending with the 50th). We are lucky enough to be getting a free show the night after she appears at Boston’s W00tstock! Check her out at mariancall.com and youtube.com/mariancall, and don’t miss out–I saw her perform at Dragon*Con and it was an AWESOME show! You don’t often get to see someone play both a typewriter and a rainstick in the same concert…

Please note: there is a $5-10 suggested donation to the artist.

See you at Tommy Doyle’s in Harvard Square (96 Winthrop St.) on Monday, November 1st at 7pm!

Don’t forget to rsvp on facebook:)

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